INCOM 4" x 180' Aisle Marking Conformable Tape

SKU:
PST410XL
UPC:
806808101532
Availability:
Ship 5-7 days
Weight:
2.50 LBS
Width:
5.00 (in)
Height:
4.00 (in)
Depth:
2.00 (in)
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  • INCOM 4" x 180' Aisle Marking Conformable Tape
  • INCOM 4" x 180' Aisle Marking Conformable Tape
  • INCOM 4" x 180' Aisle Marking Conformable Tape
  • INCOM 4" x 180' Aisle Marking Conformable Tape
MSRP: $21.38
$14.00
— You save $7.38

Description

General Description:

We offer a wide selection of quality aisle marking and pipe banding tapes. Our Aisle Marking PVC (vinyl) Tapes are made from a durable vinyl film with a rubber adhesive system that will adhere to most any clean, dry surface.

Vinyl offers a matte smooth conformable tape that is great for marking hazards on floors, walls and equipment. Commonly used in aisle demarcation, color coding and pipe banding applications.

Our complete range of aisle marking tape products are available in 4" x 180'. Longer length rolls mean less roll changes, fewer roll splices and quicker application times. All tapes are made in a wide array of OSHA colors that meet ANSI Z535.1 and offer excellent durability and chemical resistance.

  • Hazard Identification
  • Durable PVC Film
  • Rubber Adhesive
  • Any Slit Widths
  • 12 rolls per case
  • 12 different colors to choose from

Available Colors:

  • PST410XL - Yellow
  • PST411XL - Red
  • PST412XL - Kelly Green
  • PST413XL - White
  • PST415XL - Black
  • PST416XL - Gray
  • PST417XL - Brown
  • PST418XL - Orange
  • PST421XL - Blue
  • PST422XL - Magenta
  • PST423XL - Emerald Green
  • PST424XL - Light Blue

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Proposition 65, officially known as the Safe Drinking Water and Toxic Enforcement Act, was enacted in California in 1986. The Act requires that anyone in the course of doing business who exposes an individual in California to a chemical “known to the State” to cause cancer or reproductive toxicity must first give a “clear and reasonable” warning.

To learn more about California Proposition 65, officially known as the “Safe Drinking Water and Toxic Enforcement Act of 1986”, please see the website: www.P65Warnings.ca.gov

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